Dolphins Serve Sunday Stunning Upset
Business Insider reports that the Miami Dolphins pulled off a miracle, 34-33 win over the New England Patriots on Sunday.
The team did so with a stunning, last-second play.
After the Patriots failed to score a touchdown on a final fourth quarter drive, instead settling for a field goal, the Dolphins got the ball back.
They were trailing 33-28 with seven seconds to play.
Ryan Tannehill threw a pass to the 47-yard line to Kenny Stills.
Stills then lateral-ed the ball to DeVante Parker.
Parker then lateral-ed to Kenyan Drake.
The announcers even seemed resigned to the Dolphins losing.
All of a sudden Drake found some running room.
Rob Gronkowski was playing deep to try to break up any deep passes.
As Drake found room to run, Gronkowski mis-played the angle.
He couldn't catch Drake.
Drake ran free for the game-winning touchdown.